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roxio basic 5.0 windowsxp

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by LACOOL, Dec 1, 2001.

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  1. LACOOL

    LACOOL Thread Starter

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    hello i have installed windows xp home over windows 98se and now my ez cd creator will not work send me a massage that roxio easy creator has encountered a problem and needs to close then ask to send the info to microsoft i have removed easy creator 4 and installed the basic 5.0 and the xp_up_basic but still haveing thesame problem so if you could help i would appreciate it thand you L A Smith
     
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  3. LACOOL

    LACOOL Thread Starter

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    hi davey thanks for the info but i been there an done that from the get go was hopeing you knew something else so if you have something else that might help i would appreciate it thanks again for you time L A Smith
     
  4. ronningfamily

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    Being the stubborn individual I am I still cannot find any solution after 5
    hours of researching and grinding for a solution. I had my old 4x CD-RW
    running fine and working with built in burning features with Easy CD Creator
    Plat, with correct patches. Burning software was working and built in
    burning functions were working including Windows XP Media Player burning
    functions.

    Here is some bizarre stuff.

    My CD-RW has a official Designed for Windows XP Logo.

    Windows XP loaded a driver and Yamaha does not supply drivers just firmware.
    They use Windows XP Drivers.

    1) Insert a blank CD-R the CD-R Icon appears. Insert a blank CD-RW and the
    CD-RW icon appears. Double click either icon I get a H:\ is not accessible
    incorrect function.
    2) Windows XP will recognize and play a music CD
    3) Windows XP will recognize a old backup CD with data on it.
    4) When I try to copy files to depository in Windows XP I get H:\ is not
    accessible also.
    5) Windows Explorer changes Icons representing the blank icons being
    inserted in the CD-RW.
    6) But Windows Media Player recognizes the media and allows us to burn
    music to the CD-R or CD-RW. Records it and ejects the CD-that it is
    supposed to do. The only thing it will not do is allow me to copy data.
    Weird and frustrating.
    7) Please help!!
    8) I presently have no burning software loaded with these symptoms!!

    There are some screwed up things with Roxio's burning software they wrote in
    Windows XP. Why are these weird things happening.
    Need a fix, any superstar's out there that could help me!

    Help
     
  5. casper03

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    uninstall cd creator then reinstall but dont allow it
    to install direct cd . then all should be fine.
    i had the same probs with mine
     
  6. LACOOL

    LACOOL Thread Starter

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    thank you i will try that L A Smith
     
  7. ronningfamily

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    How do you do this Easy Cd Creator installs this during the install process.

    Mark
     
  8. casper03

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    just opt for the custom setup:

    then uncheck the option for direct cd
     
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